Housing takes centre stage in the Autumn Budget
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With issues from alcohol duty to growth forecasts under the microscope, the Autumn Budget included significant announcements on a diverse set of issues. Despite these concerns, attention was focused squarely on the Government?s housing proposals.
Consolidation and Innovation
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Lenders will soon be represented by a new body, which is set to replace the six current bodies that regulate the financial sector.
Worth the risk?
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Published at the beginning of February, the long- awaited Housing white paper had the admirable purpose of 'fixing our broken housing market'. Whilst its aims are commendable, it carries a number of transactional risks which should be considered by all operating in the property sector.
Making a statement
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The country's housing shortage topped Chancellor Philip Hammond's Autumn Statement in November, who promised to deliver a housing market that works for everyone.
Battle of the basements
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Increasing pressure for space in city centres, accompanied by the premium commanded by residential land, have resulted in numerous basement developments during the last 10 years. Unlike roof extensions, basement developments generally pose little or no risk of harm to the light amenity enjoyed by neighbours. Nevertheless, basement developments in residential areas can be highly controversial. Neighbours can react with alarm to the excavations and engineering operations required to create a basement, or the risk of structural damage to their property.
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